Is it India’s Republic Day or Black Day?

LAHORE: After the Partition, India has always celebrated its Republic Day on Jan 26, with some foreign head of the state as the chief guest since 1950.

In years 1952, 1953 and 1966, the day was celebrated without any foreign special guest. And this year too, the Narendra Modi government is celebrating the Indian Republic Day without any foreign head of the state in 55 years after British Prime Minister Boris Johnson refused to accept the invitation.

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